My dream car/truck

#21

Yep, that’s why I said ‘my neck of the woods’. I guess it’s like a fancy Mercedes here compared to Germany.

#22

Probably :slight_smile:

I see a lot of team each time I’m in the US.

#23

This piece of junk was the highlight of Israeli automotive industry:

You can imagine why we like foreign cars :slight_smile:

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#24

Its’ rarity here would make it sorta collectible. I bet a decent driver would fetch $3k.

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#25

It’s equivalent of the east german Trabant. Cardboard/resin body. In eastern europe pigs used to eat the trabant, and here camels would eat the Sussita

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#26

How about another HEMI… Definitely just about the best looking thing Plymouth ever rolled off the line. 73 Hemi Cuda.

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#27

Oh I love that one :slight_smile:

And this one as well:

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#28

67 Pontiac GTO (or LeMans)?

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#29

67 GTO. You definitely know your classic cars :slight_smile:

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#30

American ones, anyway. I grew up with these babies still on the road. They were not new, but had not yet aged out. I had some, back when you could get a rustbucket version for a few hundred dollars.

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#31

There are no classic cars beside American and British ones. Germans made crap in the 50’s and 60’s, and Japanese were even worse

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#32

This one is also a dream but I don’t see a chance of owning one ever:

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#33

Something like a 67 Jag? Man that’s a pricey thing!!

Always liked these little oddballs.

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#34

Close. It’s a 68’

But lemme drag out a photo of me with an absolute classic that is owned by my family and I drove two years ago :slight_smile:

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#35

Google Photos

That is me, and the car is of course a 1969 Charger

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#36

No fair. I was about to guess.

#37

That specific charger was purchased in 1969 by my wifes uncles father in Pittsburgh, PA. It’s been in the family ever since. 100% original. Paint was re-done a few times. Only 55k miles on the meter.Today its owned by my wifes cousin and it relocated to Montreal Canada

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#38

Google Photos

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#39

Is it weird that I love the giant radiator it took to keep that power plant cool? :crazy_face: :laughing:

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#40

And this is the small block. Imagine the radiator on the big block version :slight_smile:

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